Madrid City Hall lit up the skies with drones last Friday as a tribute for COVID-19 victims as well as for those frontline workers who have fought the virus around Spain, reports local12.com.
Forty programmed drones with multi-coloured LED lights shone over Madrid creating different forms including a heart and two people, messages of ‘hope’ and ‘thank you’ and flags of other countries fighting the coronavirus pandemic. The location of the performance remained a secret until it took place to avoid a large gathering, said the Madrid local government.
Spain has been one of the worst-hit countries from COVID-19, with more than 28,000 deaths officially reported and nearly 250,000 cases of the virus so far.
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